Experience has shown that accidents are often preceded by safety-related incidents and deficiencies revealing the existence of safety hazards. Safety information is therefore an important resource for the detection of potential safety hazards. In order to improve aviation safety, relevant aviation safety information should be reported, collected, stored, protected, exchanged, disseminated, analyzed, and appropriate safety actions should be taken on the basis of the information collected. The success of the flight safety program is dependent on individual's active and willing commitment. To achieve this, a "Just Culture" is established within the organization.
Just Culture means a culture in which front-line operators or other persons are not punished for actions, omissions or decisions taken by them that are commensurate with their experience and training, but in which gross negligence, willful violations and destructive acts are not tolerated.
Note: For Cat A&B events (major injury or damage), address your Safety Chain directly!
Reports should be filled-in as completely and honestly as possible. Names will never be shared publicly.
However not recommended in case of further enquiry, feel free to report anonymously.